I just want to make sure I understand how to text using google voice and not get charged by Verizon. I have a google voice number that I give to certain people and this forwards to my regular cell number. I have the Google Voice app for android and if I want to text for free I need to text out to people using this for it to be free...correct? Now...the thing I'm unsure of is if I give my friends my google voice number and have them use that just to text me (just want them to text me since if they use it all the time I will get charged minutes since they are all on Verizon and it will be free if they just call my regular cell number...I don't have the 10 family and friends feature with Verizon based on my plan). If they send me a text to my google voice number...I will get this through data and to my Google voice app and Verizon won't charge me for a text...correct? I already turned off the SMS notification and email notification in the desktop account settings. So will I be getting free texting like this? or do I need to do something else? I was unsure of if someone texts my google voice number it will be seen by verizon as being forwarded to my cell number and I will be charged a texting fee. I think I'm alright but figured you pros would know for sure about this. Thanks guys.